Monica Davis has been making movies since she appeared in Test Tube Babies (1948), in an uncredited role. But that was about to change with The Dead One (1961), an early zombie horror flick, where Monica earned a screen credit. Then she explored the human body in the comedy 1,000 Shapes of a Female (1963). But the joy of nudity is soon corrupted by the sin of blackmail in Unholy Matrimony (1966). However, the tension of that plot is relieved in the happy ending of Monica’s bust, which is big, soft and exposed throughout. She continued to appear in sexploitation until that revealing decade ended and with it, sadly, Monica’s career.